Bistrot Cutlery Set of 5

Sabre Paris

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Preorder 2-4 weeks. Full range of Bistrot collection & Sabre Catalogue available for special order . Visit us in store for samples. 

With the Bistrot collection, we were inspired by some of our favourite places: restaurants, terraces and cafés.

When designing this cutlery we wanted to faithfully capture the atmosphere while adding a modern touch: the styling is simple, the rivets are visible, while the colours and materials stand out nicely. From red to blue, not forgetting the superb materials with horn or tortoise effects. Available with gloss or vintage finishes, we’re sure you’ll enjoy this collection, which is designed to be both traditional and contemporary at the same time.
This 5-piece Sabre set includes a soup spoon, a dinner fork, a dinner knife, a teaspoon and a salad fork, simply perfect for enjoying a dessert or starter. This 5-piece set offers the perfect combination for your daily meals.

The Bistrot collection is dishwasher safe at 45° maximum. Remember to open the dishwasher at the end of the cycle. When washing by hand, we recommend that you do not use abrasive sponges.
If small rings appear on the knife blades, they can be easily removed with a soft cloth and/or white vinegar.
For cutlery with light-coloured handles, avoid prolonged contact with foods that stain (coffee, tea, tomato sauce, etc.). 

MaterialStainless steel 18/10 - acrylic handle
Quality is a priority at every stage of production, from the choice of materials to polishing. The blades are made in France from a stainless steel and carbon alloy, which is absolutely necessary for a perfect cutting edge. The acrylic handles are handcrafted for softness, ergonomics and aesthetics. The colours are mass dyed. Sabre incorporates goldsmithing skill, the art of a job well done.
The workshop is the heart of Sabre. At Sabre, even the manufacturing is a break with tradition. Almost all our cutlery is assembled by hand in our workshop in the Paris region “We assemble an average of 5,000 pieces of cutlery per day" - Francis Gelb